# Julian Avila

Utica University

Prealgebra

Prealgebra teacher | Verified Expert

I hold a degree in Prealgebra from Utica University, where I developed a passion for simplifying mathematical concepts. My goal is to make Prealgebra accessible and enjoyable for students of all levels. With a patient and adaptable teaching style, I strive to instill confidence in my students while fostering a deep understanding of foundational math principles. Whether it's tackling basic operations or exploring problem-solving strategies, I'm here to support and guide you every step of the way. Let's embark on this mathematical journey together and unlock your full potential in Prealgebra!

## Questions

What is the greatest common factor of 21 and 63?

- What is the simplified value of # 1/6+3/4# ?
- How do you solve #143 = -11x#?
- What is the ratio #2/3# to #8# as a fraction written in simplest form?
- How many seconds are there in 2.5 hours?
- For a school bake sale, students sold 312 cupcakes. They earned $670.80 from selling cupcakes. What was the cost of each cupcake?
- The Freshman class has 27 more boys than girls. If there are 283 freshman, how many are girls?
- What is #(14+58 - 6^2) -: (17-5)#?
- Alyssa and Benny were able to dig a garden in 2 hours together. It takes Benny 5 hours to ﬁnish this job alone. Without help, how long would it take Alyssa to ﬁnish this job?
- What is #994.14 -: 18.9#?
- What is #1.44 -: 1.2#?
- How many rational numbers are there between -1/10,000 and -1/20,000 ?
- The International Space Station takes 644 minutes to orbit Earth 7 times. About how long does each orbit take?
- What is #(2.21 * 10^7) / (3.4 * 10^4)#?
- What is a scatter chart?
- How to express 0.2545454... as a fraction in it's simplest form?
- The legend on a United States map reads ".50 inch = 25 miles". How many miles apart are two cities which are 5 inches apart on this map?
- How do you simplify #60/75# to lowest terms?
- You are baking and the recipe calls for 4 cups of flour. If you only have 3 1/2 cups, what % do you have?
- A number multiplied by #1/2# is #-5/12#. What is the number?